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About Ramakrishna Mission
Vivekananda was called by the name Narendranath Datta.. His father was a successful attorney. He used to practice meditation even from his boyhood, and was associated with Brahmo Movement for some time. At the threshold of youth Narendra had to pass through a period of spiritual crisis when he was assailed by doubts about the existence of God.
Narendra became a frequent visitor to Dakshineshwar and under the guidance of the Sri Ramakrishna, he made rapid strides on the spiritual path. After a few years two events took place which caused Narendra considerable distress, sudden death of his father in and Sri Ramakrishna in In the middle of , Vivekananda left Baranagar Math and embarked on a long journey to explore and discover India.
He went on a pilgrimage all over the country, studying the conditions of the people.
Wherever he went, his magnetic personality created a great impression. He decided to attend the World Parliament of Religions in order to spread his message in the West which was schedule to be held in Chicago in Bonney ,   to gather all the religions of the world, and show "the substantial unity of many religions in the good deeds of the religious life.
Vivekananda wanted to join, but was disappointed to learn that no one without credentials from a bona fide organisation would be accepted as a delegate. The New York Critique wrote, "He is an orator by divine right, and his strong, intelligent face in its picturesque setting of yellow and orange was hardly less interesting than those earnest words, and the rich, rhythmical utterance he gave them".
After hearing him we feel how foolish it is to send missionaries to this learned nation".
Vivekananda's speeches at the Parliament had the common theme of universality, emphasising religious tolerance.
I want you to keep your own belief; I want to make the Methodist a better Methodist; the Presbyterian a better Presbyterian; the Unitarian a better Unitarian. I want to teach you to live the truth, to reveal the light within your own soul.
His popularity opened up new views for expanding on "life and religion to thousands".
He founded the Vedanta Society of New York in Beginning in June , Vivekananda gave private lectures to a dozen of his disciples at Thousand Island Park in New York for two months.
In Germany he met Paul Deussen , another Indologist. His success led to a change in mission, namely the establishment of Vedanta centres in the West.
This society still is filled with foreign nationals and is also located in Los Angeles. He called it "Peace retreat", or, Shanti Asrama.
There is also a Vedanta Press in Hollywood which publishes books about Vedanta and English translations of Hindu scriptures and texts. He regularly corresponded with his followers and brother monks, [note 5] offering advice and financial support.
His letters from this period reflect his campaign of social service,  and were strongly worded.Motilal Banarsidass Ghosh, Gautam There is also a Vedanta Press in Hollywood which publishes books about Vedanta and English translations of Hindu scriptures and texts. Vivekananda composed " Khandana Bhava—Bandhana ", a prayer song dedicated to Ramakrishna, in Full Screen Reading 6.